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    Senior Member Chuckles's Avatar
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    That is one hot knife!

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    Handle is very nice, but I am really digging the profile.
    one man gathers what another man spills...

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    That's one of these cases where I am wondering whether one could also call that a small gyuto? In any case, it looks great, I like the slender line and the profile also. Hard to go wrong with a nice koa piece like that. Mario, I forgot: Do you have a mill to match the metal piece on the ferrule to the tang?

    Stefan

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    Quote Originally Posted by apicius9 View Post
    That's one of these cases where I am wondering whether one could also call that a small gyuto? In any case, it looks great, I like the slender line and the profile also. Hard to go wrong with a nice koa piece like that. Mario, I forgot: Do you have a mill to match the metal piece on the ferrule to the tang?

    Stefan
    My ugly tang slot lets you know I don't have a mill.I have been thinking about taking some nickel silver and copper to a machinist to make some octagons with slots.

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    I can't stop looking at this knife.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RRLOVER View Post
    My ugly tang slot lets you know I don't have a mill.I have been thinking about taking some nickel silver and copper to a machinist to make some octagons with slots.
    Of you find a machinist, make a few extras or PM me

    Stefan

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    Wow, that is aweseome. And hot. And awesome.
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    Love the copper.

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    I am not the type to write a jargon filled review, but this knife performs like a champ. It fits in my hand like I was born with it. It is exactly the compliment to the gyuto he made for me. I catch myself telling whoever is near the kitchen how eye catching the the handle is almost every time I break it out.

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